Locked In: Former Kenton County jail turned luxurious house constructing

Locked In: Former Kenton County jail turned luxurious house constructing

You don’t must be arrested to spend time on this former jail constructing.

Actual property developer Al. Neyer led a tough hat tour final week of the 144,000 sq. foot house constructing that was as soon as the previous Kenton County jail.

Al. Neyer has partnered with City Websites on the redevelopment of the previous Kenton County Administration Constructing and jail at 103 E third Road in Covington right into a 133-unit luxurious house constructing and 4,000 sq. ft of ground-floor retail. Builders hope to maneuver the primary wave of tenants into the constructing spring of 2023.

Locked In: Former Kenton County jail turned luxurious house constructing
Virtually prepared: Visitors bought to see the assorted flooring plans and views from the residences in The Hayden, set to open spring of 2023 throughout a tough hat tour offered by the Covington Enterprise Council of the newly developed mixed-use constructing within the one-time Kenton County Administration constructing and former Kenton County jailhouse. Alecia Ricker | LINK nky Contributor

Facilities for future residents embrace phone-controlled entry techniques, a co-working house, a health room, a lounge, on-site parking, and extra.

Click on by way of the gallery under for a sneak peek of the continuing development at The Hayden, and take a look at the constructing’s web site right here for more information about leasing alternatives within the residential and industrial areas out there.

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